Royal Week

The Potted Boxwood Photo in London
Good morning! Happy Royal Wedding Week! Whether you like the royals or not, there is something pretty enchanting about a life where generations go back ruling a country while being called King, Queen, Prince or Princess. I find this new generation of royals to be rather fascinating.

My only claim to the royals is a rug my great-grandmother purchased that once belonged to Lord Mountbatten (grandfather to India Hicks).  Otherwise. my expertise is surface level, besides The Crown on Netfilx. This is why I have one of my best friends and royal expert, Caroline of Caroline Covets taking over the blog this week. Her knowledge is extensive, and she will take you through everything you need to throw a royal party to royal weddings of the past.  Cheers!


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Commentary by Caroline Covets

London Pajamas

Since The Royal Wedding is being broadcast in the United States starting at 5am EST4am CST, and 2am PST these pajamas are a playful and fun way to celebrate while still being comfortable – it is the middle of the night after all!

Two Funny Girls

Thanks to the Dallas-based company, Two Funny Girls, your guests can enjoy their tea and scones with personalized Harry & Meghan napkins in the Union Jack and American Flag colors of red, white and blue!

Harry and Meghan Mug

With an early wake-up call, you and your guests will need coffee or tea for your royal wedding watching fuel to last during the five hour broadcast. Enjoy this Emma Bridgewater commemorative mug – Duchess Kate is a fan of this line!

Harry and Meghan Paper Dolls

If you have a little princess in your life, get her in the wedding spirit with this paper doll book. Also, this makes for a great activity for those little early risers joining in the wedding party celebration!

Union Jack Flags

These darling mini Union Jack flags add the perfect, whimsical touch to your royal wedding party fare!

English Cream Tea

Thanks to The British Corner Shop, this afternoon tea set will have you and your guests enjoying the classic tea, scones, clotted cream and more that has been a staple for generations across the United Kingdom.

Want to know more about the bride & groom? Brush up on your royal wedding knowledge with these new books. Both of these royal watchers have the inside scoop on the royal love affair that has captivated the world and is changing the monarchy.

Meghan: A Hollywood Princess by Andrew Morton 

Harry: Life, Loss, & Love by Katie Nicholl